Guide

Adult Workers

The Job & Career ConneCTion is intended for use by students, teachers, counselors, job developers, job seekers, and anyone else in need of information on jobs and careers. It will guide you with a step-by-step process to explore the world of work: choosing an occupation, finding the appropriate education and training, and finding the right job.

The Job & Career ConneCTion:

  • Helps you identify occupations that may be a good match for your skills, interests, and personality
  • Provides detailed information on occupations
  • Helps you find appropriate education and training opportunities
  • Identifies employers who may hire people for applicable occupations

It will also provide tools to help you get the job that is right for you — including:

  • Help with writing a résumé
  • Getting through the job interview
  • Finding daycare for your children

The Job & Career ConneCTion also includes articles on relevant topics and links to other valuable websites to help you prepare for and get that perfect job.

Learn More About The Job & Career ConneCTion

Disability Resources

The American Job Center assists jobseekers by:

  • Identifying community resources targeted to people with disabilities
  • Bringing the resources of the American Job Center Network to community events
  • Coordinating public workshops on disclosure, reasonable accommodations, work incentives and job seekers’ rights and responsibilities
  • Outreach to in-school and out-of-school youths with disabilities
  • Guidance on SSI and SSDI work incentive programs to help job seekers maintain benefits

NRWIB Careers

There are currently no open positions available at the NRWIB.

Public Housing Authority

Resources for applying for public housing in Connecticut:

View PHA Websites

Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers Program

Federal regulations mandate that Job Centers/American Job Centers provide the same level of services to Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers as are provided to Non-Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers.

The goal of the program for eligible, low-income Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers is:

  • To help those who wish to leave agricultural work prepare for and obtain alternative employment; and
  • To improve the living and working conditions of those farm workers and their families who prefer to remain in the farm labor market

For further information, please call 860-263-6072.

Office of Native American Programs (ONAP)

HUD's Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) administers housing and community development programs that benefit American Indian and Alaska Native tribal governments, tribal members, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Native Hawaiians, and other Native American organizations.

ONAP's mission is to increase the supply of safe, decent, and affordable housing available to Native American families; to strengthen communities by improving living conditions and creating economic opportunities for tribes and Indian housing residents; and to ensure fiscal integrity in the operation of the programs it administers.

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CT DOL Job Seeker Services

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